Potter County

Potter County was created in 1804, carved out from a northwest section of Lycoming County. It is located midway between the eastern and western boundaries of Pennsylvania along the New York border. The county's name is a tribute to General James Potter, who served with distinction during the Revolutionary War but never set foot in the area. Due to its remoteness and natural environment, it has been nicknamed “God’s Country.”

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Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $231K
Lowest Price $19K
Highest Price $2.5M
Total Listings 96
Avg. Price/SQFT $1.7K

Property Types (active listings)

Potter County Real Estate Listings

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